Short A Worksheets
The simplicity and verve of our printable short "a" worksheets gets children in grade 1 and grade 2 to identify and pronounce the short "a" with perfection! A short "a" is no rocket science; it's in the "apple" you munch on and the "" you relax under. When the vowel “a” is placed before a consonant as in "cat", it just makes a short “a” sound. Let this be your watchword so you won't go astray practicing our pdf short "a" worksheets! Sample a little of this unmissable phonic resource with our free short "a" worksheets!
Ralph is gone a fishing in this part of our short “a” worksheet pdfs! He is looking for fish with short “a” words. Direct kids to look for them and color the fish orange.
Pack your bags for a fun-filled identifying short “a” trip! In this pdf exercise for grade 1, children try saying the names of the pictures and circle those that capture their attention with the short “a” sounds.
A perfect prologue to an eventful short “a” learning and practice that's set to soon unfold, this printable short "a" chart easily defines as well as supplies kids with lots of wonderful examples for it.
Push the front of the tongue further forward and hold it lower in the mouth while pronouncing the short "a”. In this grade 2 task, snip the letters and glue them under the correct pictures to form the short "a" words.
Let the excitement, ingenuity, and industry of the short “a” help unravel the mystery picture in this printable worksheet. Kids in 1st grade recognize the short “a” words and color them green.
Finding short “a” words is both a phonemically fulfilling and rewarding activity. Grade 1 kids figure out the short “a” names of pictures from jumbles of words. They then write the words in the blanks.
Spark interest with this printable worksheet that has a short "a" word in each pair of mittens. Identify the word that has a short "a" sound, color the mitten, and write the word in the space provided.
The activity in this 2nd grade pdf includes reading, writing, and matching to boot. Read the short “a” words. Write them on the lines. Match them to the correct images. A 3-tier short “a” worksheet!
Love phonics for the invaluable gift of short “a” it has blessed our reading and spelling with! In this part of our short "a" worksheets, read the sentences and pick correct short “a” words to complete them.
Test your memory with this section of our short “a” worksheets, where kids flip pairs of cards. If the cards that they flip match each other, they can keep both cards. The player with the most matching cards wins.
Mary’s art-making genius is at work! All ready to paint, Mary has her mind set on a blue picture. Grade 1 children read on for more! They identify all examples of words with long “u” sounds and mark their findings.
Cut out the sentence cards with short "a" words, secure them with staples, and Voila your Grade 2 kids have their short "a" reading booklet ready! Watch kids flip through the pages in pride!